The180

Least important election, the case to stop changing the clocks, and the problem of DNA as proof of culture

This week: Jeff Cox argues why this presidential election is the least interesting of all, a case to stop changing the clocks, a plea to make Remembrance Day more inclusive, and producer Kathryn Marlow investigates the complexities of cultural identity established through DNA results.
Those disaffected with both major parties cling to the hope that if independent and third-party candidates can win a few states they might deny both Trump and Clinton the presidency. (Kim Brunhuber/CBC)

This week: Jeff Cox argues why this presidential election is the least interesting of all, a case to stop changing the clocks, a plea to make Remembrance Day more inclusive, and producer Kathryn Marlow investigates the complexities of cultural identity established through DNA results. 

now